Anne-Marie Beaudette first studied voice in Montreal before she attended the Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles (France) focusing on the baroque period and interpretation of french baroque music. She has worked with many of France’s leading early music ensemble such as l’Ensemble Pygmalion, le Concert Spirituel, le Poème Harmonique, less Paladins, les Cris de Paris, Les Monts du Reuil and les Musiciens du Paradis.
On stage, she sang at le Grand Théâtre de Caen, Luxembourg’s Grand Théâtre, l’Opéra Comique de Paris and at Angers-Nantes Opéra. She was La Paix, a warrior and a dryad in Campra's opera Tancrède at Opéra d' Avignon and the Royal opera house of Versailles. She sang the solo part in Bach's Christmas Oratorio with Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal and sang at the Festival d' Aix en Provence with Pygmalion.